ALAMEDA -- Utah cornerback Keith McGill, whose stocked dropped in part due to off-the-field and injury issues, was the second of two fourth-round picks by the Raiders on Saturday.

McGill was taken at No. 116, a pick the Raiders acquired from the Miami Dolphins on Friday when they traded back in the third round.

Earlier in the fourth round, the Raiders selected Louisiana Tech defensive tackle Justin Ellis at No. 107.

McGill has a DUI arrest in 2012, missing almost that entire season while rehabbing a serious shoulder injury. He missed his junior season and had a medical red-shirt year because of the injury.

The Raiders made a similar gamble in the draft last season, taking Oklahoma defensive tackle Stacy McGee despite having a DUI and marijuana citation. McGee, a sixth-round pick, had a solid rookie season and figures into the defensive tackle rotation in 2014.

Considered a talented corner at 6-foot-3 and 211 pounds, McGill played at Cerritos College in Norwalk, Ca., before transferring to Utah. Already 25, McGill has a 7-year-old daughter.

As a senior at Utah, McGill was named All-Pac-12 with 12 pass deflections.

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